Azeri President Urges NAM for Greater Global Participation | News

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The President of Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliyev, on Friday called on the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) to play a more relevant role in the international arena in the midst of reshaping the new world order.


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During the opening of the NAM Contact Group Summit, which takes place in the Azeri capital, Baku, and addresses, among other aspects, the fight against Covid-19 and the search for diplomatic solutions to the Russia-Ukraine conflict, the head of The State warned that "the new world order is in the process of being remodeled."

In this sense, he pointed out that humanity "is witnessing the most serious East-West confrontation since the end of the Cold War, with repercussions for the rest of the world."

"As the second largest international institution after the UN, the NAM must play a more visible and efficient role in the international arena and actively participate in the reshaping of the new world order," he added.

At the same time, Aliyev stressed that "the international security architecture, which has existed for the past decades, is currently facing dramatic changes and multilateralism is at stake."

He emphasized that “the erosion of the norms and principles of international law further threatens the international order. There are more cases of violation of sovereignty and territorial integrity and intervention in the internal affairs of States”.

The Azeri president expressed that "the decisions of the main international organizations are not implemented or the selective approach and double standards are applied." while he stressed that the Security Council system is "deeply flawed."

Accordingly, he stated that "a permanent seat should be granted to the Non-Aligned Movement, and the country that holds the position of president of the Movement should have this position on a rotating basis."

“I call on the member countries of the NAM to start consultations on this issue and present their points of view to the corresponding UN Committee. We also support the allocation of permanent seats for Africa in the Security Council," he said.

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